Engagement or pre-wedding photo sessions are becoming more and more popular with couples. They are definitely a great idea as couples can then use the photos from these sessions on their social media and even on their wedding invitations.
However, there are so many more reasons that these photo sessions are important and can have a positive benefit to your wedding photography.
Most importantly, it is a chance for you to work with your photographer and to get to see how they work as well as for the photographer to get to know you as a couple. This is so important as on your special day, out of all of the suppliers of services – your photographer is the person who will be spending the most time with you and of course, the more relaxed you are in each other’s company, the better the photos.
A pre-wedding session also provides an opportunity for you to understand some of the posing techniques and while we don’t “over pose” at redberry photography, we do like to put our couples into good positions to ensure great photos. This saves time on your wedding day as you already understand much of the basics and of course more time saved means more photos are able to be taken.
Now this is the main reason we are happy to provide these free of charge, in addition of course to the above ones, and without any commitment (except we promise we will give you the images taken on the day) – it is a chance for you to make a decision if redberry photography are the right wedding photography service for you and it is also a chance for us to make sure you are the right clients for us to work with. We do not hide from the fact, that if we don’t think that we are a good match – we will say so.
Now we know that many photographers charge around £400 for these but we offer these without any commitment (except we promise we will give you the images taken on the day) and completely free of charge. We understand that choosing your wedding photographer is a big decision.
For more information, why not contact us – we are always happy to talk weddings and of course photography.